Manjushri Paubha

Manjushri Paubha

$2000

( 45 x 60 cm )

Manjushri Paubha is handpainted by the Master artist living in Kathmandu Nepal. Manjushri is identified as the oldest and most significant Bodhisattva.

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Manjushri Paubha is handpainted by the Master artist living in Kathmandu Nepal. The Thangka painting of Manjusri is presented with very detailed information.

Manjushri is identified as the oldest and most significant Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism literature. In early Mahayana texts

Lord Manjushri, the Buddha of Wisdom, brandishes a sword in his right hand, cutting away our ignorance and negative states of mind which form the basis of all our suffering. In his left hand is a magnificent blue lotus flower, on which rests the Great Wisdom Sutra.

Manjushri’s blessings help us develop understanding, communication skills, and improved memory, amongst other things. Keeping his painting will be very beneficial for students, for those in education and communication industries, and for anyone who wishes to receive Manjushri’s blessings, gaining the wisdom to free ourselves from our delusions and negative habituations.

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Dimensions 45 × 60 cm

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